Cooking together at our 2019 get-together.
Talking purpose at the Ukraine Marketing Forum.
An insight into our process
Can the designer become the writer? And can words become the answer to the designer’s creative block?
We’re delighted that GW+Co have been awarded in the 'Top Job' category for our work with THORNeco.
It's that time again – the beginning of the end of the year, and the season for the annual GW+Co party.
Bringing out the authentic voice of a lighting company with a ton of personality
Part five in our series on how family businesses can flourish
… in one client.
Celebrating the transformative power of brand work with five wins and four happy clients
Part four in our series on how family businesses can flourish
What is design effectiveness anyway?
We’re delighted that GW+Co have won a Gold Design Effectiveness Award for our work on THORNeco, Zumtobel Group’s low-cost lighting range.
Our studio pub opened its doors for one night only, for a pop-up pub quiz.
A series of podcasts exploring the conundrums faced by family businesses and what we’ve learnt about how to tackle them
Part one in our series on how family businesses can flourish
Part two in our series on how family businesses can flourish
Part three in our series on how family businesses can flourish
It might be time to work on your brand.
Last night, we won Gold, Silver and Bronze at the Transform Awards for one single project: the naming strategy and branding of The Exceptionals – a charity that helps businesses employ ex-offenders.
Test your knowledge of brands past and present with this quiz by GW+Co.
Answers to our studio pop-up pub quiz.
Having been shortlisted for the Brand Impact Awards, we feel inspired to share the ‘making of’ story for our menacingly beautiful logo film for Reiss.
On the 3rd of December we hosted a very special dinner event at Old Paradise Yard – a follow-up to last year’s Fine Designing.
Good typography has been essential in communicating written messages pretty much since the invention of the printing press in 1439 by Johannes Gutenberg.
A client's experience of working with us, as published in Print Week.
We all know times have changed, so why haven't brand guidelines?
We’re pleased to announce that GW+Co had some success at the 2016 Transform Awards this Tuesday night, picking up three trophies.
We’re excited to share the work we've been doing on a charity project for the Traverse Trust.
UK election 2017: Conservatory party loses 12 seats while Labour, led by Jeremy Corbyn, has increased by 31
On 23 July, our Waterloo home Old Paradise Yard opened its gates to all and sundry on our first Open Studios evening.
Where there’s a brand, there are guidelines.
We live in a templated, automated, crowdsourced, customised, retweeted world.
Observations on the state of ads on the tube.
On 25th November we hosted a housewarming dinner in our Old Paradise Yard studio – Fine Designing.
A new website for a kindergarten that does things differently.
Seven graphic responses to Germany’s romp through the tournament.
We’re still creating more and more clever ways to show the same basic types of information.
Picking the Bird of Britain.
For us, the most important stage of a project is often when the brand is no longer in our hands.
Typefaces that have more than one weight are called families. I like that notion. They are like friends says Erik Spiekermann and I have a similar feeling towards many of them.
I am a big fan of the National Trust. Every second weekend or so, I take my wife and children to visit an old family home, a beautiful garden or an ancient castle. No one lives in these properties. Yet they are full of life.
Book cover design on the radio.